Aloka Meditation Centre

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Aloka Meditation Centre

Aloka

Information
Main School Non-Sectarian
Founded 1986
People
Founder(s) Venerable Mahinda
Teacher(s) Sister Sumitra
Contact Infotmation
Address 50 Ross Road
Peats Ridge
New South Wales 2250
Australia
Country Australia
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Phone (02) 4375 1178
Website http://www.aloka.info/
Email alokamc@gmail.com

About Aloka

To kindle the light of wisdom within, walk the Noble Path, and be of service to humanity

ALOKA ~ The light of wisdom

Like a lamp that illuminates the darkness, by kindling wisdom in our own hearts we can inspire others to do the same. As we develop greater inner peace and contentment, we can also benefit those around us and the world at large.

The Australian Buddhist Mission Inc. (ABM) was established in 1986 to support Venerable Mahinda’s efforts to promote the knowledge, practice and realisation of the Buddha’s teachings (the Dhamma) in Australia. Since its establishment, ABM has endeavoured to make the Dhamma accessible not only to the Buddhist community but also to the wider Australian community.

ABM conducts a variety of activities at Aloka, including meditation retreats, Dhamma sessions, workshops and annual events such as Vesak.

It is our wish that the light of wisdom may shine in the hearts of many.

About ABM

To promote the knowledge, practice and realisation of the Dhamma in Australia

ABM, the Australian Buddhist Mission Inc., was established in 1986 to support Venerable Mahinda’s efforts to promote the knowledge, practice and realisation of the Buddha’s teachings in Australia.

Since its establishment, ABM has endeavoured to make the Dhamma accessible not only to the Buddhist community, but also to the wider Australian community.

Our activities include:

  1. meditation retreats and Dhamma sessions;
  2. programmes for children, youth, ladies and seniors;
  3. workshops & seminars;
  4. community service; and
  5. publications and exhibitions.

Source

http://www.aloka.info/